Friday, February 2, 2018

The Park Bench Café #13 - "The Groundhog Edition"

The Park Bench Café #13 - "The Groundhog Edition"

Ed(itor) formerly blogmaster of "Occurrences", "Boy Down The Lane" and "The Sullen Bell"...and now guest contributor on this blog says:  This Park Bench is “The Groundhog Edition”, for fairly-obvious reasons but also to honor the absurd nature of much of the news. I’ll start with the light stuff and move on inexorably to the heavy goods. It is, of course, absolutely fascinating that “the memo” lurks like the shadow of the groundhog.

Groundhog with Machine Gun

Super Bowl fever mounts. [Ed.: I understand that Tom Brady’s documentary series “Tom vs. Time” (aside from the fact that it prompted some jerk at the major Boston sports radio station to call his daughter “a little pissant”) is very good. I’m told it has a segment on how he prepares mentally for the games, a topic near and dear to my heart since I edited a 1,400-page encyclopedic introduction to sports and performance psychology for my kids. (The youngest one was once ranked as one of the top 30 softball players on the planet [she hung up her cleats to become an elementary school teacher], and the oldest one runs a multi-million dollar sales group. He’s also a scratch golfer with two club championships under his belt.]

“With the silence of the media, the refusal of government officials to provide substantive information and the preposterous character of the explanations given thus far, questions as to the real source and motives underlying the false nuclear war alarm become all the more pressing.

Who was responsible for the “human error”? The lone employee who allegedly clicked on the wrong link—twice—ordering a missile alert rather than a test of a missile alert has never been named. Now the public is told that he is refusing to cooperate with federal investigators. Does such an individual even exist, or was the “error” invented in order to cover up for a more deliberate and planned action?

What were the Pentagon and the CIA up to during the 38 minutes of sheer terror inflicted on the people of Hawaii? Were they monitoring the population’s reaction, gathering intelligence on how the public would behave in the event of a real nuclear exchange?

There is no question that after the alert was issued, the US military and intelligence agencies were carefully observing the response of governments and militaries in the countries that Washington has branded as “revisionist powers”—Russia and China—and “rogue states”—North Korea and Iran. Any one of them, and North Korea in particular, would have had to interpret the phony missile alert in Hawaii as a potential provocation aimed at preparing a US nuclear first strike against them.

American spy satellites, the electronic snoops at the National Security Agency and other US military and intelligence assets were given a golden opportunity to watch what “lit up” in terms of command-and-control and radar and missile sites, amassing information that would prove valuable in preparing a real first strike.”

Sailing Into Infamy

Mark Salling Was a 'Devout Christian' with Passion for Birdwatching Before His Downfall: Friend 2h ago


Mark Salling Suicide Cheats Victims in Child Porn Case

Highly Cited 11h ago

'Glee' cast and crew remember Mark Salling

CNN 2h ago

Mark Salling Attempted Suicide Several Times Before Hanging 1h ago

[Ed.: Maybe it’s time people took another long hard look at the phenomena that was “The Hunger Games”, a movie series produced by Lions Gate, based on a series of books published by the CIA-connected Scholastic Books (for the proper education of the youth) and written by the daughter of a Vietnam-era Air Force officer with a portfolio in psychological warfare and who lived in Newtown, Connecticut: The effort featured the ritual sacrifice of children and kept a special focus on District XII, interesting in light of the pumping of both opioid medications and methamphetamine into Mingo County, West Virginia.]

[N.B.: I just became a certified foot-soldier in the #Unrig effort.]
Big Pharma - 36.5 days in prison per death


The Science Behind The Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains
Dr. Robert Lustig Professor of endocrinology at UCSF

[Ed.: Note is made of the trend toward the need for emotional support by people who fly, and other such “games” that go on once people board. I personally gave up flying years ago thanks to poverty, lack of necessity, the TSA and the annoying frequency with which airliners get blown out of the sky or disappear, but that’s irrelevant:

what airlines should do most urgently is to insure that their systems for air re-circulation once airborne are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized so as to prevent the scourge of sinus and respiratory illnesses.]

[Merck, of course, was involved in biological warfare planning before World War Two.]



What is the capital of Afghanistan? Kaboom.

In a Major Free Speech Victory, a Federal Court Strikes Down a Law that Punishes Supporters of Israel Boycott Glenn Greenwald, Intercept (Kevin W)

“First you destroy the others, then you destroy your own, then you destroy yourself.

It is the inevitable conclusion to the self-reinforcing insanity of righteous indignation.”

Phi Beta Iota: Our understanding is that the White Dragon Society is the latest incarnation of the “Gold Warriors” but the White Hat version — the gold stolen by the Japanese from the Chinese diaspora has been recovered, and there is a clear cross-over now between the post-Western economic structure being championed by Xi Jing ping and Vladimir Putin, and the ancient families who have recovered the gold stolen from them by the Deep State and its Satanic elite.

NOTE: Robert Steele will be meeting Ben Fulford in Tokyo in 15 February, as well as a number of other interesting personalities. He will return with a photo of himself with Fulford, and a fresh appraisal of Ben’s sources & health.

See Also:

About Benjamin Fulford

White Dragon Society Posts by Benjamin Fulford (522)

Review: Gold Warriors–America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold

Mongoose: 9/11 Gold Collateral Account Back Story — Black Eagle Trust, Two Books

Joachim Hagopian: Pedophilia & Empire – Satan, Sodomy, & the Deep State UPDATE 17 Chapter 13

The individual under attack - What American thinkers once wrote about the individual
By Jon Rappoport

"It's instructive to read what authors wrote about core values a hundred or two hundred years ago, because then you can appreciate what has happened to the culture of a nation. You can grasp the enormous influence of planned propaganda, which changes minds, builds new consensus, and exiles certain disruptive thinkers to the margins of society. You can see what has been painted over, with great intent, in order to promote tyranny that proclaims a greater good for all." (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

Here I present several statements about the individual, written in 19th century America. The authors, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and James Fenimore Cooper were prominent figures. Emerson, in his time, was the most famous.

"All greatness of character is dependent on individuality. The man who has no other existence than that which he partakes in common with all around him, will never have any other than an existence of mediocrity." James Fenimore Cooper

"The less government we have, the better, - the fewer laws, and the less confided power. The antidote to this abuse of [by] formal Government, is, the influence of private character, the growth of the Individual." Ralph Waldo Emerson

"The former generations...sacrificed uniformly the citizen to the State. The modern mind believed that the nation existed for the individual, for the guardianship and education of every man. This idea, roughly written in revolutions and national movements, in the mind of the philosopher had far more precision; the individual is the world." Ralph Waldo Emerson

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away." Henry David Thoreau

"They [conformists] think society wiser than their soul, and know not that one soul, and their soul, is wiser than the whole world...Society everywhere is in conspiracy against the manhood of every one of its members....Whoso would be a man, must be a nonconformist.... Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind." Ralph Waldo Emerson

Can you imagine, today, any of these statements gaining traction in the public mind, much less the mainstream media?

Immediately, there would be virulent pushback, on the grounds that unfettered individualism equals brutal greed, equals (hated) capitalism, equals inhumane indifference to the plight of the less fortunate, equals callous disregard for the needs of the group.

The 19th-century men who wrote those assertions would be viewed with hostile suspicion, as potential criminals, as potential "anti-government" outliers who should go on a list. They might have terrorist tendencies.

Contemporary analysis of the individual goes much further than this.

Case in point: Peter Collero, of the department of sociology, Western Oregon University, has written a book titled: The Myth of Individualism: How Social Forces Shape Our Lives:

"Most people today believe that an individual is a person with an independent and distinct identification. This, however, is a myth."

Callero is claiming there aren't individuals to begin with. They're a group.

This downgrading of the individual human spirit is remarkable, but it is not the exception. There are many, many people today who would agree (without comprehending what they are talking about) that the individual does not exist. They would agree because, to take the opposite position would set them on a path toward admitting that each individual has independent power---and thus they would violate a sacred proscription of political correctness.

These are the extreme conformists Emerson was referring to a century and a half ago.

Unable to partake in anything resembling clear thought, such people salute the flag of the Collective, blithely assuming it means "whatever is best for everyone." Such questions as "who defines 'best'" and "who engineers this outcome" are beyond their capacity to consider. They rest their proud case in vagueness.

Without realizing it, they are tools of a program. They're foot soldiers in a ceaseless campaign to promote collectivism (dictatorship from the top) under the guise of equality.

Let me repeat one of Emerson's statements: "The antidote to this abuse of [by] formal Government, is, the influence of private character, the growth of the Individual." The corollary: If there is no widespread growth of individuals and their independent thoughts, actions, and moral consciousness, if they don't widen their horizons and spheres of influence, then in the long run what check is there on government?

Demeaning the individual is, in fact, an intentional operation designed to keep government power intact and expand its range.

Consider this question: If all opposition to overbearing, intrusive, and illegitimate government were contained in organized groups, and if there were no independent "Emersonian" individuals, what would be the outcome?

In the long term, those groups would stagnate and fail in their missions. They would be co-opted by government. Eventually, all such groups would be viewed as "special needs" cases, requiring "intervention" to "help them."

That is a future without promise, without reason, without imagination, without life-force.

That is why the individual remains vital; above, beyond, and through any blizzard of propaganda.

"Art is individualism, and individualism is a disturbing and disintegrating force. There lies its immense value. For what it seeks is to disturb monotony of type, slavery of custom, tyranny of habit, and the reduction of man to the level of a machine."Oscar Wilde. The Soul of Man under Socialism (1891)"


Schoolgirl, 13, sends 'nipple' picture to boy - then tells her horrified mum: "Kim Kardashian does it"

The Jeff Bezos Empire in One Giant Chart

$123 billion! Bezos Fortune Jumps $6.5 Billion After Hours in Tech's Wild Ride

Mattis considers cellphone ban at Pentagon

New Strzok/Page Texts Discuss Evading "Security/Monitoring Issues," Legal Discovery

And finally...

Hasbro introduces new version of Monopoly for cheaters

[Ed.: It’s called the Bankster edition?]

NASA attempting to contact satellite it lost contact with over a decade ago

Three long videos on exposure to electro-magnetic fields

Jackpotting’ hackers steal over $1 million from ATMs across U.S.: Secret Service Reuters. EM:

As interesting as the story is, it is useful to put things in perspective by comparing the amount cited here with oh, say, that stolen from investors in the run-up to the GFC via fraudulent mortgage securitizations (figure on the order of $1 trillion or roughly $1 billion per day for 3 years), or the amount stolen from hoi polloi via the subsequent QE and ZIRP regimes by the Fed and transferred to very same crooked bank cartels, or the amount stolen every day by way of civil asset forfeiture, a.k.a. legalized theft by law enforcement. At least the ATM-hacking crooks had to put some actual serious effort and cleverness into the scheme.

political cartoons

[Ed.: The phrases “competitive strip tease” and “scandal ping-pong” were overheard being uttered by some TV commentator as I found the musical channel that is most successful in calming the foxhound who shredded my pre-Superbowl analysis and predictions issue of Sports illustrated today.

I had returned with the fixins’ for a shredded braised chicken leg sandwich for dinner after a flurry of health-care errands (I have been declared to be in the best health I’ve been over the last three decades) after I watched something of the speech by the POTUS at the post-train crash GOP retreat at the resort where my brother was once the food and beverage director.

POTUS apparently brought the teleprompter roll from the SOTU (adding names for praise

My brother never told me the secret of the underground bunker, though he surely knew; he was committed to sealed lips security and we were estranged at the time (thanks, Dad!) so I also never knew he enjoyed driving one of the original Datsun 240Z’s over the back roads of Appalachia.

I might have been insanely jealous but I had my own experience in Western Mass. with a Fiat X19

And years later, I covered those Appalachian roads in a ’99 Pontiac Trans-AM; the climb up to the Hawk’s Nest alongside the Kanawha was a memorable ride.

He was a five-star professional in hotel and restaurant management; I was recruited by the dean of BigStateU’s hotel and restaurant management program when I waited tables, but I was quite sure I was destined for a career in TV news. I should have said “yes


Yes, Appalachia Is Part Of America

By: ActivistPost


Op-Ed by Brandon Turbeville

While America’s military continues to march across the world, destroying nation after nation and the U.S. State Department funds color revolutions in others, the CIA also continues its own campaign of control and manipulation in virtually all the rest. But, moral questions aside, Americans back home aren’t even reaping the benefits of empire abroad. With an economy continuing to mire in depression, crumbling infrastructure, more difficult access to healthcare, tainted food supplies, and a police state that is deepening by the day, the American people are becoming accustomed to lower living standards and all the hurdles associated with it. Indeed, there are parts of the United States – Detroit, Flint, and much of the rural south, for instance, – that resemble a third world country more than anything one might expect to see in “the greatest country in the world.”...

Blood on the Wall

Breaking News 2/1/18 @ 10:55 PM:

The forecast by the hibernating rat has been leaked by anonymous sources inside the Beltway and, from the crest of the burrow inside some cement-lined mountaintop on the Maryland-Pennsylvania border woodlands, the word has come forth that the US is in for another six weeks of political shenanigans, covert ops, small-group collusion and assorted infamies.

The Memo

“… Dossier production was a minor industry amongst Democrat ratfuckers. When everybody lined up at Clinton's post-election trough, having a dossier was going to be a golden ticket.”

New Cold War

“Vote to unveil FISA memo delivers Congress intelligence oversight win” [Jonathan Turley, The Hill]. “What is interesting is that most people have no idea what is in the [Nunes “memo” document, but everyone is on the edges of their seats with its impending release…. [R]egardless of the content of the memo, the act of defiance [by Nunes] under this rule has [“Rule X”] been too long in coming…. Moreover, the subject is precisely the area where civil libertarians have long asked for action: the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Its ‘secret court’ was structured to circumvent the Fourth Amendment’s probable cause standard for searches and seizures (it was replaced by probable cause to believe someone might be a ‘foreign agent,’ which is broadly defined). The ease of getting FISA orders has resulted in a record of tens of thousands of applications with only a couple denials in the history of the act…. Now, some members of Congress believe that the FBI abused FISA to launch a national security investigation with little real evidence. That is exactly what civil libertarians have argued for decades with no response from Congress.”

“The Daily 202: Why Trump is so eager to release the Nunes memo” [WaPo]. “It’s going to be very hard for members of the intelligence community and Democrats to push back on the information in the memo after it comes out because doing so would require the disclosure of even more sensitive information about sources and methods.”

“Sans Collusion, Obstruction Charge Wouldn’t Topple Trump” [RealClearPolitics]. “Unless the special prosecutor can prove Trump and his inner circle conspired with the Russian government to defeat Hillary Clinton, it is highly unlikely Republicans on Capitol Hill will sacrifice their president for trying to quash an investigation of a non-existent crime. The same is also true if Mueller concludes Trump obstructed justice to protect someone else — like former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Republicans won’t remove Donald Trump from office for that offense…. After all, without proof of collusion, the president has a strong argument: How can he obstruct justice by blocking the investigation of a crime that he never committed? This defense might not convince a legal scholar like Jeffrey Toobin, but the argument is strong enough to satisfy most Republicans in Congress because they know their only chance to stay in office and keep their majorities is to stick with Trump. Lucky for the president, for now that’s good enough for him to keep his job.”

"A huge cache of Rumsfeld memos were just released — Here are the best ones". The first one, on the DHS before 9/11, and the one on Carville's volunteering to help with post 9/11 PR, are the most interesting.

"Nunes Hits Back Against FBI FISA Memo Freakout" (Durden). Outright lies from The Daily Beast. Things are getting desperate. The usual suspects are all over this attempted distraction: "BREAKING: Nunes Admits To Doctoring 'The Memo' After Intel Committee Approved Transmittal To The White House".

"Congressman Jason Lewis Hospitalized Following Deadly Train Collision " (Durden). "Republican Amtrak Ride Crashes! WHAT! Antifa Terrorism???" (Anglin). "Six ways from Sunday"

Tweet (Sharyl Attkisson):

"Some intel agency insiders are having to make some important calculations/decisions. Honest people want the truth told, but some worry if they make a move... that those protecting bad acts may ultimately win & *they'll* be hung out to dry. Nonetheless, they must choose their side"

"Clintons’ ‘Mr. Fixer,’ ally Sidney Blumenthal emerge on list of Russia collusion figures".

"Meet the Corrupt Billionaire Who Has Brought About a New Cold War" (Giraldi).

Judicial Watch: 'We Now Have Enough Evidence to Arrest Hillary Clinton' Watchdog President Tom Fitton says Clinton can now be jailed for corruption

Read more at:
© Neon Nettle

Posted by Michele Kearney at 9:01 PM
Feb01 17:02

SARA CARTER, MATT GAETZ | ‘The Deep State Is TERRIFIED About The American People Finding Out What's In The Memo’

By: Pitchforks


Excellent new detail from last night with Matt Gaetz and Sara Carter together.


By: Pitchforks


That would defeat the entire purpose of the memo. We demand names...


What is it about Bernie Sanders that turns his fans into homicidal maniacs?

Last summer, a Sanders supporter shot up a baseball field of Republican congressmen, severely injuring Rep. Steve Scalise. While President Trump is constantly criticized for his fiery language that induces some to violence, Sanders escaped criticism, and continues to do so.

Now, a surrogate for his campaign has openly wished for the death of Republicans in the Amtrak train wreck in West Virginia earlier today. Take a look at this now-deleted tweet posted in the wake of the deadly accident:

The Train Crash

In regards to the Amtrak crash

Perfect re-enactments of dead people are possible.

I saw this a couple years ago, but people need to see this. If Trump gets killed, they can produce a fake Trump and have him say whatever they need him to say in real time. This was done with Hillary during the campaign. If you have never seen a demonstration of the software that does this, SEE THIS, this is critical information you cannot skip seeing, regardless of how bandwidth limited you are.

If you have not already seen it, check out what Jim Stone had to say about the Amtrak GOP train crash.

Paul Ryan: ‘Very important that we guard people’s civil liberties with respect to these institutions’ (VIDEO)…

Let’s Review FBI’s History…

Nunes First Response…

Nunes Second Response…

Massive Meltdown: Pelosi Demands Immediate Removal of Chairman Nunes…

Not to Leave Anything to Chance, Schumer Also Calls for Nunes Removal…

FBI Statement on Release of Nunes Memo…

…. I can't wait for the next installment in this thrilling tale. You may not want to see the movie, but I'm sure you will all....

Read the memo.

The controversial four-page memo created by Republican staffers on the House Intelligence Committee alleging abuse of surveillance authority by the Justice Department and FBI has been released Friday after being declassified by the president. The memo is unredacted.
The memo is available here, and here:


Ed(itor) said...

The controversial four-page memo created by Republican staffers on the House Intelligence Committee alleging abuse of surveillance authority by the Justice Department and FBI has been released Friday after being declassified by the president. The memo is unredacted.

The memo is available here, and here:

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greencrow said...

Thanks, Ed(itor)...and we will look forward to hearing further from you if there's anything at all interesting in...."The Memo".

Ed(itor) said...

I am just running down the blogrolls now. There appears to be a massive angst-driven point-counterpoint about the politicization of surveillance. There is significant evidence that political entities and interests (as opposed to the investigation of foreign espionage or terror)were engaged or weaponized to subvert an internal US political candidate-turned-elected candidate, and there are claims of Russian influence that are being brought to a new level.

What is of interest is that, in no case, is any influence by Israel or Zionists mentioned at all. There is a focus on Russian mobasters but none whatsoever on the Hollywood-linked mobsters or the links to organized pedophilia that are hinted at and in some dark corners even researched.

What is of further interest is that the enacted legislation and methods allow for any single individual US citizen who espouses a pov that seems inimical to the interests of the totalitarian NWO police/military empire that we live in can be privately and quietly singled out for further investigation, legal actions or even "wet work" (execution with prejudice).

This is of course of great fascination to a fellow like me who lost three jobs in succession because of the fact that I once co-wrote a position paper on the use of American civilian hospitals to backstop the threats and actualities of limited nuclear warfare in Europe (Reagan era/Fulda Gap/Physicians for Social Responsibility on the civilian-military contingency hospital system) and now, having been chipped (implanted defibrillator/pacemaker), the powers that be can ascertain by cell tower inquiry, just like a cell phone!, where I am at any given moment.

I'm sitting in my basement about to go upstairs to make beef stew.

Ed(itor) said...

Oh, and vis a vis your previous posts and a widespread understanding by you and many others:

Trump Says It Will Be Hard To Unify Country Without A ‘Major Event’

February 2nd, 2018
Via: PBS:
Hours before his first State of the Union, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he wants to unite the country amid “tremendous divisiveness” and hopes he can do so without a traumatic event affecting Americans.
Trump spoke about creating a more united country during a lunch with a number of television news anchors. Trump said the United States has long been divided, including during the impeachment of former president Bill Clinton. Trump also said that Americans usually come together during times of suffering.
“I would love to be able to bring back our country into a great form of unity,” Trump said. “Without a major event where people pull together, that’s hard to do. But I would like to do it without that major event because usually that major event is not a good thing.”
Posted in [???], False Flag Operations, Social Engineering

greencrow said...

“...I would love to be able to bring back our country into a great form of unity,” Trump said. “Without a major event where people pull together, that’s hard to do. But I would like to do it without that major event because usually that major event is not a good thing.”

How clear can he be!? If you don't "pull together" and go along with the "permanent State of War" against Israel's enemies du jour...we will HAVE to have a "major event"!


Anonymous said...

Maybe the reporter who called his daughter a puissant knows something behind the scenes.
Same way you people know things and throw harsh words at them???
I believe the info on the mentality and focus of winning
I can remember when Bird stole the ball
I was watching and believing right till the end and sometimes the belief system is the key.
The opposing team got lackidasical for they thought they won
Inbound pass
Bird steals the ball
And the team lost for lack of focus and playing hard to end.
This area used to be always negative
Oh we will lose
They will knock us out in the first round
And it always happened
But I digress from Brady
I did not watch his facebook thing
I have heard soundbites on radio and a little video from the news
I do not trust the guy
He was found guilty in the rule of law for the football rules
The coach was found guilty of cheating
There was fines and loss of draft picks
Yet they still win
Brady accused of deflating balls
His story was a contradiction
He sat four games
Guilty in the football court of law
I do not embrace or care for him
I am a New Englander sick and tired of hearing his name
Everyone else think it is historic and want to witness and be a part of it
I watched the Belicheck and Parcells docu to hear the coach speak
He has a reputation of saying very little on camera and it is a joke in the media
It was interesting
Just like I am sure his confession on greatness on Brady will seal his legacy if he wins
Releasing it the week of superbowl
A double phoooooooie
I wonder if ESPN was supposed to release the docu after the superbowl instead of before
For if the opposing coaches did not know this info he gave away in the docu,then it may come back on him
The coach loves skirting the football rules
He acts just like a honcho soldier or cop
They know all the rules of engagement and always skirts the rules legally
Wellthe coach thinks he does the same for I have heard him say it or reporters have said it??But I heard it
Did the coach give too much info and they said they would release after and instead released before??
Either way
Brady releases his greatness video
ESPN releases the coaches
But I will never forget this greatness

Ed(itor) said...


I am not going to turn Greencrow's blog into a debate about DeflateGate. Better you should pay attention "the memo" and related matters. It matters not a twit who wins the Super Bowl. I edited an encyclopedic introduction (1,400 pages plus an equal amount of appendices) based on 300 texts and twio post-graduate seminars in performance psychology, and I've known more than a few coaches; the best ones are masters of the rules. Games are always won on the boundary lines of the playing field. I do not commend cheating, but you will never win at anything if you don't understand how others do.

Anonymous said...

That is what other people say about memo and other matters
It is a sickness
It is insanity
That is why people do not vote or trust
The only time they vote in high numbers is if they rattled the sheeple to get out there
This greencrow,adores Putin
There are bloggers who think they blog about all Putin's wrong doings
They think they blog the truth about what is going on
Does that mean they are propaganda??
Does it mean your stuff is propaganda???
It is insanity
I tune in and watch these talking heads talk about memo
It reminds me of every prez who faces the insanity of this or that
How do you make the ones who did not vote for the prez elect??
You keep stories in the news,so that all the people who did not vote for the prez will feel like something will happen
Four years later
Nothing happened
Just a bunch of stories that made people think something was going to happen
Oh,but wait
Something did happen
All the players are releasing books,so all the sooooo called educated can read and feel smart
Only thing that happened
The players made money
Sports and politics go hand and hand together
Cheat to win
Win at all costs
Winning is everything
Case closed
Does not matter
You do not have a say
What will be
Will be

Ed(itor) said...

"... The two curiosities make up the odd media landscape:  1) the incomprehensible fact that Trump won the election, and 2) the incomprehensible fact that Putin, a politician who is also an intelligence agent, is actually better at this stuff than the Zio-Anglo-American IC/media complex, and has been able to successfully parry all their moves (e.g., the death of Berezovsky, who employed Litvinenko, the disappearance of Levinson, the current memo, etc).  Of course, part of Putin's success is that there are reasonable humane human beings in the West who don't want to see the Khazar's WWIII....."